2020 Annual Meeting

2020 Annual Meeting

Sections:

How do I access the virtual meeting?

What do I need to participate?

Agenda

How do I use Whova?

Community Giveback Project

Late attendance & absences

Vision & Mission

Physician Planning Committee

Coming soon:CE/CME credit


About
The Hawai‘i Health Partners 7th Annual Membership Meeting has been reimagined to include elements that expand how we connect – with one another and with the community. It's a new experience that starts now and culminates with a half-day event on Saturday, November 7, 2020 from 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

New This Year:

      1. A Community Giveback Project benefitting the Blood Bank of Hawai‘i, Aloha United Way, and Hawai‘i Pacific Health’s annual Giving Campaign
      2. Whova, a one-stop shop event app - web portal and mobile app

How to Attend
To attend the virtual meeting on November 7th and engage in the pre-meeting Community Giveback Project you must complete the following next steps:

      1. Register by clicking on the button below.
      2. Download the mobile app 
      3. Create an account via the Hawai‘i Health Partners Whova web portal and mobile app

Reminder: Do not use Internet Explorer. Google chrome or Firefox is preferred.
If you are having difficulty opening links in Internet Explorer, please right-click the Whova link, and click on "Copy Hyperlink" to copy and paste the meeting link into Chrome or Firefox. Alternatively, you may also forward the Whova invite to a personal email address to attempt to resolve the technical issue.

Register Now on Whova

 

About Whova
We chose a web application and mobile app, called Whova, which incorporates Zoom so that you can easily attend the live streamed sessions; send messages, video chat, virtually meet-up with your colleagues and attend the November 7th meeting wherever you are. Access to this one-stop shop web portal starts now and will continue well after the meeting.

Reminder: Do not use Internet Explorer. Google chrome or Firefox is preferred.
If you are having difficulty opening links in Internet Explorer, please right-click the Whova link, and click on "Copy Hyperlink" to copy and paste the meeting link into Chrome or Firefox. Alternatively, you may also forward the Whova invite to a personal email address to attempt to resolve the technical issue.

Features:

      • Attend the live stream, virtual November 7th sessions via your smartphone, tablet, or computer
      • Instantly chat with your colleagues, 1:1 or as a group
      • Virtually meet up with a group of your colleagues
      • Write on the community board - ask questions, discuss topics, and share photos, articles and tips
      • Exchange virtual business cards
Get our official conference app
For Blackberry or Windows Phone, Click here
For feature details, visit Whova

 

About the Community Giveback Project
As health care providers you see the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on your patients, and as members of the community you likely know of someone who has been greatly affected at home. We have the opportunity to help our community where it’s needed most, at the point of care and at home with a Community Giveback Project. 

We’re partnering with Hawai‘i Pacific Health's annual giving campaign and highlighting organizations such as Blood Bank of Hawai‘i, Hawai‘i Community Foundation - COVID-19 Resilience Fund, and Aloha United Way. Click here for FAQs - how to donate blood and how to give.

 


Mission & Vision

Mission Statement
The Hawaii Health Partners Annual Membership Meeting brings together providers across specialties, Hawaii Pacific Health facilities, and the greater health care sector in Hawai‘i; creating a space to share knowledge, ideas, and perspectives about current and future strategies transforming health care in Hawaii.

Vision Statement
To reinforce member connectedness and strengthen community ties, while expanding the understanding of and bringing clarity to the challenges and opportunities of implementing
value-based care delivery models in a changing risk environment accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Members of the 2020 Physician Planning Committee
Dr. Nathan Angle, Dr. Venkataraman Balaraman, Dr. Andras Bratincsak, Dr. Matt Careskey, Dr. John Cho, Dr. Carol Fujiyoshi, Dr. Kandie George, Dr. Jared Hamamoto, Dr. Edwin Kirk Huang, Dr. Susan Hurley, Dr. Malissa Iida-Takashima, Dr. Katsuya Iizuka, Dr. Tina Kayne, Dr. Rick McCartin, Dr. Ken Nagamori, Dr. David Picken, Dr. Steve Situ, Dr. Timothy Stoddard, Dr. Ronnie Texeira, Dr. Loren Yamamoto.

 

 


How do I access the virtual meeting?

STEP 1
Register via the email invitation you received or hereThe email you register with is what you will use to log in to the Whova web portal and mobile app with so be sure to follow the instructions on our Registration Page carefully.

STEP 2
Once you register, visit the Whova Web Portal and download the mobile app. The first time you visit Whova you will need to sign up for a free Whova Account. You will not be able to access the virtual meeting until you create an account.

Questions? Contact us at Info@hawaiihealthpartners.org or (808) 522-3744.

Get our official conference app
For Blackberry or Windows Phone, Click here
For feature details, visit Whova

 


What do I need to participate?

To attend the virtual meeting on November 7th you must complete the following steps:

      1. Register by clicking here
      2. Download the mobile app 
      3. Create an account via the Hawai‘i Health Partners Whova web portal and mobile app

Reminder: Do not use Internet Explorer. Google chrome or Firefox is preferred.
If you are having difficulty opening links in Internet Explorer, please right-click the Whova link, and click on "Copy Hyperlink" to copy and paste the meeting link into Chrome or Firefox. Alternatively, you may also forward the Whova invite to a personal email address to attempt to resolve the technical issue.

On the day of the virtual meeting, you will need a computer or smartphone/tablet with internet access to participate in the conference. You won’t need to download anything as the Whova web portal and mobile app runs through your internet browser (Internet Explorer does not work, but Microsoft Edge or Firefox should. Google Chrome is preferred). Optionally, there is a Whova Mobile App for your smartphone you can download through the Google Play or Apple App store.

You will join the virtual meeting via the Whova web portal and mobile app, although Whova incorporates Zoom, you won’t need to download it or register for it separately and you don’t necessarily need a webcam to participate in the webinar presentations as there will be chats, polls, and Q&A text options to participate.

With all that said, your internet does not have to be the highest broadband speeds (dial-up internet speeds work in a limited capacity). Virtual networking among attendees and exhibitors will also be through text unless we host a video chat among attendees with audio and video capabilities. See Zoom System Requirements for more specifications.

 


How to Use Whova

 

 


Late Attendance & Absences 

Attending this meeting is an also opportunity for members to earn a HHP Quality Performance and Shared Savings Program (QPP/SSP) point. An exception will be made for those providers with late attendance or absence due to unavoidable clinical duties.

Notification to Info@Hawaiihealthpartners.org is required for late or absence due to unavoidable clinical duties.  Scheduled viewings will be made available at a future date for those providers who were absent due to an unavoidable clinical duties. Available dates and times of the scheduled viewings will be sent those who provide notification to Info@hawaiihealthpartners.org Points will be awarded upon attendance of the scheduled viewing.

Questions can be directed to Info@hawaiihealthpartners.org or (808) 522-3744.